Boston College defeats Harvard, 6-0

BOSTON—Boston College is heading back to the Beanpot finals, a year after a first-round loss that was one the Eagles' worst in the 58-year-old tournament that determines college hockey bragging rights in Boston.

Carl Sneep had a goal and two assists, and John Muse stopped 33 shots to lead BC past Harvard 6-0 in the semifinals of the Beanpot on Monday night. The Eagles (14-8-2) will play in the championship game next Monday against the winner of the late semifinal betwee...

Mercifully, it's a final. Boston College advances to the Beanpot Championship game next Monday against either Boston University or Northeastern on the strength of a 6-0 rout of Harvard at the TD Garden.

As hot as the Crimson had been of late, they put up little fight against the more energetic Eagles for the majority of the game and they were greatly hurt by a lack of discipline, which resulted in a parade to the penalty box, which aided the Eagles' already potent ...

Last night’s opening game of the Beanpot featured two goaltenders looking to prove a point.

Boston College’s John Muse and Harvard’s Kyle Richter needed a statement game to help propel their respective teams to a late-season run.

When the smoke cleared after a 6-0 BC win, it was Muse who was standing tall, and his 15th-ranked Eagles had the look of a postseason contender.

Richter, Harvard’s solid junior who missed last season because of academic issues, was torche...

On many nights, the Beanpot tournament brings out the finest in the teams in the form of overtime contests or tight battles in the quest for city bragging rights.

Last night’s semifinal opener between Boston College and Harvard will not go down in the annals as an epic matchup. Instead, it was a lopsided 6-0 victory for the Eagles, who skated circles around the Crimson.

It was the largest margin of victory for BC in the Beanpot since a 6-0 win over Northeastern in th...